[Local events] FWD: Sat 9/26, Reading with Maziar & Putnam with Live Music

David Abel david at thetextgarage.com
Thu Sep 24 19:51:11 PDT 2015

Sat 9/26, Reading with Maziar & Putnam with Live Music
Sat 9/26, Reading + Music by Maziar, Putnam, Doty & Bryan

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  Anna Daedalus & Kerry Davis *Invite You
  Saturday, Sept. 26, 6:00 pm*

*Poetry Reading* by Paul Maziar & C.E. Putnam
*Music* by Kris Doty & Martha Bryan

Roll-Up Photo Studio + Gallery 
1715 SE Spokane St. | Portland, Oregon 97202

*Paul Maziar* is a writer living in Portland. A chapbook of his poems, 
Little Advantages, was published by Couch Press in 2013. Newer poems can 
be read at Across the Margin, Brooklyn Rail, La Fovea, Pataphysics, 
Picture Sentence, and voicemail poems. Paul is co-editor of Banqueted, 
as well as a forthcoming baseball anthology. He also co-organizes The 
Switch reading series. His art writings can be found at Artcritical.com.

*C.E. Putnam *is a text, image and sound artist currently living in 
Portland,where he operates the Putnam Institute for Space Opera Research 
(P.I.S.O.R.). He is the author of six books: The Papier-Mâché Taj Mahal 
(1997), XX Elegies (1998), Spaces Where Spaces Are (1999), Transmissions 
from the Institute (2000), Maniac Box (2001), Things Keep Happening 
(2003). He is also the co-author with Daniel Comiskey of a book length 
collaboration, Crawlspace (2007). A chapbook, The Bunny Manuscript: 
Episode 3, was recently published by Little Red Leaves Textile Series.

*Kris Doty* is a singer and multi-instrumentalist from Portland, OR. Her 
debut solo album, Smoke in the Mirror 
was self-released in 2007. Kris 
also tours and plays bass, keys, and backing vocals for Modern Kin 
Soprano*Martha Bryan* has performed for the women of the Cascadia 
Composers a.k.a. the Crazy Jane Composers, with jazz guitarist Aaron 
Summerfield at the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado, and most 
recently collaborated with Kris Doty both writing and arranging music 
for piano, bass, and vocals

This is the closing weekend of
*Melissa Monroe*'s exhibition,
/Why Is It Colder at the Top of the Mountain if It Is Closer to the 


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